Catharine Elizabeth Riepenhoff

b. 24 February 1821, d. 27 April 1821
     Catharine Elizabeth Riepenhoff was born in Wallenhorst, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany on 24 February 1821. She was the daughter of Franz Heinrich Riepenhoff and Anna Catharina Maria Osterfeld. Catharine died on 27 April 1821 in Wallenhorst, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany.

Johan Theodore Kuhlman

b. 25 March 1821, d. 6 January 1889
     Johan Theodore Kuhlman was born on 25 March 1821, in Ostendorf, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. He was the son of Johan Theodore Kuhlman and Anna Elizabeth Brokamp. Circa 1845 Ohio, USA Johan Theodore Kuhlman married Anna Swartzengraber. Johan Theodore Kuhlman died on 6 January 1889 in New Cleveland, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 67.

Children of Johan Theodore Kuhlman and Anna Swartzengraber

Maria Gertrude Berning

b. 5 April 1821, d. 28 February 1905
     Maria Gertrude Berning was born on 5 April 1821, in Borghorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Johan Henrich Berning and Anna Maria Mersmann. Maria Gertrude Berning was on the passenger list of the Ship Elizabeth on 1 August 1840. Also on this ship were JH Berning, 58, Anna Maria Berning 63, Elizabeth Berning 32 and Maria Anna Berning 22. On Wednesday, 22 April 1846 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, at age 25, Maria Gertrude Berning married Johann Wilhelm Vor Der Landwer, age 43, son of Herman Theodore von der Landwer.2 As of 22 April 1846, her married name was Maria Gertrude von der Landwer (Berning). As of 22 April 1846, her married name was Maria Gertrude Vor Der Landwer (Berning). Maria Gertrude Berning is listed as Johann Wilhelm Vor Der Landwer's wife on the 19 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.3 Maria Gertrude Berning is listed as Johann Wilhelm Vor Der Landwer's wife on the 10 August 1870 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.4 Maria Gertrude Berning died on 28 February 1905 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 83. She was buried on 2 March 1905 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA.5

Children of Maria Gertrude Berning and Johann Wilhelm Vor Der Landwer

Citations

  1. [S157] Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany, Kirchenbuch, Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany 1622-1885.
  2. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  3. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S1] 1870 US Census, Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.
  5. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Jacob Smith

b. 28 April 1821, d. 22 June 1865
     Jacob Smith was also known as LJ Schmidt. Jacob Smith was also known as Ludwig Jacob Smith. He was born in Herschweiler-Petersheim, Kusel, in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany on 28 April 1821.1 He was the son of Nicolaus Smith and Mary Eingieser. He was baptized on 30 April 1821 in Brücken (Pfalz), Kusel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Jacobus Schmitt born April 28, 1821 to Jacobi Nicolai Schmitt and Annae Mariae Eingieser, Roman Catholic.2 Jacob Smith was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Silvie de Grasse to New York with Nicolaus Smith and Mary Eingieser on 24 August 1835.3 On Wednesday, 29 April 1846 in Holy Angels in Sandusky, Ohio, USA, Jacob Smith witnessed the marriage of William Omlar and Rosa Uhl.4 On 29 December 1846 he bought property from his step-brother 40 acres in Section 34 in Greensburg Township, Putnam, Ohio, USA, for $130.5 On Monday, 15 May 1848 at Holy Angels in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio, USA at age 27, Jacob Smith married Wilhelmina Herb, age 19, daughter of Heribert Herb and Cecelia Anselm.6,4 Jacob Smith was naturalized on 28 October 1850 in Perkins Township, Erie, Ohio, USA.7 Jacob is the head of a family on the 18 December 1850 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio. Jacob Smith (Farmer aged 30 born in Germany) and Phillimena (age 20 born in Germany) and Jacob Smith (age 1 born in Ohio) as living with (or next door to) the Harp (Herb) family.8 He was named an heir in the will of Mary Eingieser dated December 1853. Peter, Jacob, Anthony, Jacob, Wilhelmina, Mary, Christina and William sold property via a quit claim deed from Peter Smith and others to Francis Smith in Erie, Ohio, USA, on 8 March 1855. For the sum of $1200 the Smith brothers and sisters sold 24 acres to their youngest brother, Frank. Jacob is the head of a family on the 16 June 1860 Census in Union Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. 1860 Census: Jacob 39 and Wilhelmina 31 are living with their children: Jacob 11, Herbert 9, Cecelia 7, Wilhelmina 5, John 3, Anthony 1. Occupation = farmer. Value of real estate = $1600. Value of personal estate = $266. Jacob was born in Bavaria and Wilhelmina in Baden. Listed as living next to his brother, John Jacob.9 Jacob Smith and Wilhelmina Herb had 8 children. He made a will in Glandorf, Putnam, Ohio, USA, on 7 March 1865. "I, Jacob Smith the second of Union Townsip, Putnam County Ohio do make..." Witnessed by Jacob Smith and Joseph Smith.. On 22 June 1865 Jacob died in Union Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 44. Listed in the Glandorf St. John the Baptist Church, Register of Deaths for 1865, Jacob Schmit, age 44 years.10 He was buried on 22 June 1865 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA.10
Biography: Name sometimes given as Lewis or sometimes as Jacob. His brother, John Jacob, is consistently referred to as Jacob except in the land deed in which he is referred to as John. Married in Erie County and remained there three years after marriage. Then moved to farm of 40 acres in Union township, Putnam County, Ohio. Bought 60 additional acres. Members of the Glandorf Catholic community.

Children of Jacob Smith and Wilhelmina Herb

Citations

  1. [S27] Herschweiler-Petersheim Standesamt, Herschweiler-Petersheim Zivilstandsregister 1818 - 1906.
  2. [S26] Gefilmt durch The Genealogical Society of Utah, Kirchenbuch Brucken Germany 1741 -1959.
  3. [S327] Ship Silvie de Grasse; left Bremen in May 1835 arrived in New York on Aug 4, 1835.
  4. [S444] Holy Angels Catholic Church - Marriages, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  5. [S101] Putnam County, Ohio Deeds 1840-1882 and general index 1830-1951 Putnam County Deeds, Jacob and Mary Smith to Jacob Smith 2nd.
  6. [S16] FamilySearch.org, Ohio County Marriages 1789 - 1994, Jacob Smith married May 15, 1848 in Erie Co., OH; Spouse Herb, W. Gender: M.
  7. [S403] Erie County Ohio Court of Common Pleas, Erie County Ohio Court of Common Pleas.
  8. [S68] 1850 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  9. [S3] 1860 US Census Union Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  10. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Clementine Rieman

b. 18 May 1821, d. 17 December 1905
     Clementine Rieman was born in Krimpenfort, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany on 18 May 1821.1 She was the daughter of John Rieman and Mary Elizabeth Schoene. She was baptized on 21 May 1821 in Sankt Gertrud in Lohne, Vechta, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Clementine Hoying and Johan Gerhard Dünhövet.1 Her baptism name was Clementine Johanna Riemann. Clementine Rieman emigrated with John Rieman and Mary Elizabeth Schoene in April 1832 from Vestrup, Vechta, Niedersachsen, Germany; The ship bringing the family to the U.S. landed in Baltimore. They traveled from Baltimore to Pittsburg on foot following a four mule team hauling their baggage. From Pittsburg, they traveled by boat to Cincinnati.2 Clementine Rieman, Mary Elizabeth Schoene, Mary Rieman, John Rieman and Maria Gertrud Rieman were included in the indenture agreement signed by John Rieman in Bremen, Freie Hansestadt Bremen, Germany, on 14 April 1832. John Herman Rieman signed an indenture agreement to his brother-in-law, Johan Frederick Rohenkohl, on 14 April 1832. "John Herman Reiman, his wife and four children are indentured to Mr. John Fred. Rohenkohl, for 80 Bremen dollars (64 Spanish dollars) at 5% interest." This was the cost of their passage from Bremen to Baltimore/Cincinnati.3 On Tuesday, 1 October 1839 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, at age 18, Clementine Rieman married Johann Giesken, age 33, son of Johan Bernard Albert Giesken. Herman John Gusken and Clementina Rieman.4,5 As of 1 October 1839, her married name was Clementine Giesken (Rieman). Clementine Rieman became Clementina Catherine Giesken's godparent at her baptism in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Ohio, USA on 7 April 1840.6 Clementine Rieman is listed as Johann Giesken's wife on the 3 September 1850 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.7 Clementine Rieman is listed as Johann Giesken's wife on the 26 July 1860 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.8 Clementine Rieman became Elizabeth Clementine Lehmkuhle's godparent at her baptism in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Ohio, USA on 31 October 1866.6 Clementine Rieman is listed as Johann Giesken's wife on the 18 July 1870 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.9 Clementine Giesken (Rieman) became Clara Johanna Giesken's godparent at her baptism in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Ottoville, Ohio, USA on 21 October 1875.10 Clementine Rieman is listed as Johann Giesken's wife on the 9 June 1880 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.11 Clementine Rieman was listed as Frank Giesken's mother on the 13 June 1900 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.12 On 17 December 1905 Clementine died in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 84. She was buried on 20 December 1905 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Putnam, Ohio, USA. Age at death was 85 years, 7 months and 8 days. We have a Mass card for her.13

Children of Clementine Rieman and Johann Giesken

Citations

  1. [S343] Sankt Gertrud Lohne Germany Kirchenbuch, Sankt Gertrud Lohne 1683 - 1875.
  2. [S205] Reiman Meyer Family Stories, Narrated by Wilhelmina Rieman Meyer, 1948,.
  3. [S112] John Herman Rieman Indenture agreement, 14 Apr 1832.
  4. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  5. [S20] Putnam County, Probate, Marriages 1834-1927, John Giesken to Clementine Rieman
    November 19, 1839.
  6. [S18] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Baptisms, Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  7. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  8. [S53] 1860 US Census Greensburg Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  9. [S49] 1870 US Census, Greensburg Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.
  10. [S454] Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church - Baptisms Ottoville, Putnam County, Ohio.
  11. [S50] 1880 US Census Greensburg Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  12. [S52] 1900 US Census Greensburg Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  13. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

John Bernard Hueve

b. 17 July 1821, d. 8 February 1877
     John Bernard Hueve was born on 17 July 1821, in Borghorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 He was the son of Bernard Herman Hüwe and Anna Maria Elisabeth Löbbers. In 1840 John Bernard Hueve immigrated with Bernard Herman Hüwe and Anna Maria Elisabeth Löbbers from Borghorst.2 John Bernard Hueve was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Elizabeth with Bernard Herman Hüwe and Anna Maria Elisabeth Löbbers arriving at New York from Bremen on 1 August 1840.3,4 On Wednesday, 14 April 1847 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 25, John Bernard Hueve married Mary Theresa Winklemann.5 John Bernard Hueve died on 8 February 1877 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 55.6 He was buried on 8 February 1877 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA.6

Children of John Bernard Hueve and Mary Theresa Winklemann

Citations

  1. [S157] Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany, Kirchenbuch, Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany 1622-1885.
  2. [S556] Frederick Ernst Hunsche, Auswanderungen aus dem Kreis Steinfurt.
  3. [S155] Sr. Dolores Brinkel SCL, A Tree Grew from Lohne.
  4. [S415] Beitraege zur westfaelischen Familienforschung, Auswanderung aus dem Regierungsbezirk Muenster, Part 1. 1803-1850.
  5. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  6. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Maria Anna Knueven

b. 19 September 1821
     Maria Anna Knueven was born on 19 September 1821, in Klosterholte, Haselünne, Emsland, in Niedersachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of John Bernard Eilard Knueven and Catherina Angela Arling. She is listed as Catherina Angela Arling's daughter on the 1836 Census in Haverbeck, Meppen, in Emsland County, Niedersachsen. Maria Anna Knueven was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Meta to New Orleans on 3 January 1846.1,2,3

Citations

  1. [S300] Email, Margret Berndzen to Sr. Dolores Brinkel, May 2007.
  2. [S301] Www.emslanders.com, Emslanders to the American Mid-West website.
  3. [S326] Ship Meta; left Bremen, Germany in 1845 arrived in New Orleans on Jan 3 1846.

Genovessa Ammann

b. October 1821, d. 23 November 1904
     Genovessa Ammann was born in October 1821, in Laupheim, Biberach, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1 In 1887, Genovessa Ammann married August Uhl, son of Melchior Uhl and Theresa Geiger. As of 1887, her married name was Genovessa Uhl (Ammann). On 23 November 1904 Genovessa died in Homerville, in Erie Ohio, USA at age 83.2,1

Citations

  1. [S449] St. Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's Catholic Church - Burials Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  2. [S147] Sandusky Register.

Henry Mersman

b. 23 November 1821, d. 29 December 1853
     He was baptized on 23 November 1821 in Rheine, Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Godparents Bernard Henrich Trickler and Maria Elisabeth Mersman.1 Henry Mersman was born on 23 November 1821, in Hauenhorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. His baptism name was Gerhard Henry Mersman. He was the son of Johan Gerhard Mersmann and Anna Catharina Rahmeier. Circa 1845 Henry Mersman immigrated from Rheine, Germany to USA. The listing indicates that the date of immigration is not known.2 On Thursday, 4 November 1847 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 25, Henry Mersman married Maria Elisabeth Recker, age 18, daughter of Nicholas Heinrich Recker and Mary Gertrude Schroeder. Gerhard Henry Mersman and Ana Maria Recker.3 Henry is the head of a family on the 19 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. Henry 28 and his wife Elizabeth 21, both natives of Germany, are living with their daughter, Theresia 1. Henry's occupation is "merchant". Value of their real estate is $150.4 He died on 29 December 1853 in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 32.5
"Opposite the Glandorf Depot, George Henry Merschman, in 1892, founded an elevator and used the railroad for shipping. His father, Henry Mershman, had worked on the canal, been a partner with a Mr. Meyers in a sawmill, owned a grist mill, a general store, and had been involved in the earlier stock yards and pork packing plant on the site of the Glandorf Depot. After Mershman's death, the mill was operated by his heirs, the Kohls family."6

Children of Henry Mersman and Maria Elisabeth Recker

Citations

  1. [S36] Rheine Germany Katholische Kirchenbuch, Kirchenbuch, Rheine Germany 1613-1854.
  2. [S418] Wilfried von Brümmer, Auswandererliste Rheinenser.
  3. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  5. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.
  6. [S130] Michael E. Leach, A Glandorf Album.

Johan Heinrich Anton Rieman

b. 25 December 1821, d. 30 September 1851
     Johan Heinrich Anton Rieman was born on 25 December 1821, in Hausstette, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany. He was the son of Johan Heinrich Rieman and Maria Elisabeth Holstermann. He was baptized on 27 December 1821 in St. Vitus in Vestrup, Vechta, Niedersachsen, Germany.1 Johan Heinrich Anton Rieman died on 30 September 1851 in Hausstette, in Vechta Niedersachsen, Germany at age 29.

Citations

  1. [S319] Sankt Vitus Vestrup Germany Kirchenbuch, Sankt Vitus Vestrup 1692 -1875.

Frank W. Rampe

b. 1822, d. 1881
     Frank W. Rampe was born in Glandorf, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany in 1822. He was the son of Johann Dirck Rampe and Catherina Elizabeth Hebermann. In 1847 Frank W. Rampe immigratedto in Covington, Kentucky, USA. In 1848 in Covington, in Kenton County, Kentucky, USA Frank W. Rampe married Elizabeth (?). Frank is the head of a family on the 3 August 1870 Census in Covington, in Kenton County, Kentucky. Frank, 60 and Elizabeth 49 both natives of Hannover are living with their children: John 16, Barney 13, Elizabeth 11.1 He was buried in 1881 in Mother of God Cemetery in Covington, Kentucky, USA. In 1881 Frank died in Covington, in Kenton Kentucky, USA.
Biography: Had four children.

Citations

  1. [S90] 1870 US Census, Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky.

Joseph Mehring

b. 1822
     Joseph Mehring was born in 1822, in Hitzhausen, Ostercappeln, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany. He was the son of Henry Mehring and Anna Maria (?) Circa 1845 in Auglaize County, Ohio, USA Joseph Mehring married Mary (?). Joseph is the head of a family on the 17 July 1850 Census in German Township, in Auglaize County, Ohio. Joseph is the head of a family on the 18 July 1860 Census in Jackson Township, in Auglaize County, Ohio.1

Citations

  1. [S411] 1860 US Census Auglaize County, Ohio.

Helena Uhl1

b. 23 January 1822, d. 16 August 1823
     Helena Uhl was baptized on 23 January 1822 in die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Melchior Uhl and Theresa Geiger.1 Helena Uhl died on 16 August 1823 in Altdorf, in Freiburg Baden-Württemberg, Germany at age 1.2

Citations

  1. [S151] Kirchenbuch, 1583-1907 Ettenheim, baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, family book.
  2. [S15] Altdorf Lineage Book, Ortssippenbuch Altdorf, Stadt Ettenheim, Ortenaukreis, Baden, Germany.

Anna Gertrud Lücke

b. 28 January 1822
     Anna Gertrud Lücke was baptized on 28 January 1822 in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was born on 28 January 1822, in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Johan Henrich Lücke and Anna Maria Wiese.

Citations

  1. [S540] Kirchenbuch, St. Jakobus Katholische Kirche Ennigerloh (Bistumsarchiv Münster),.

Mary Gersina Brummer

b. 2 February 1822, d. 16 August 1908
     Mary Gersina Brummer was born on 2 February 1822, in Addrup, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of John Henry Brummer and Maria Meyer. In 1834 John Henry Brummer and Maria Meyer immigrated from Germanyto in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Mary Gersina Brummer and Joseph Feldhake had 12 children. In 1842 in Effingham County, Illinois, USA, Mary Gersina Brummer married Joseph Feldhake, son of Johan Bernard Feldhake and Anna Adelheid Sall. Per the record of their 50th anniversary, written on Oct 14, 1892, they were married at the "old Feldhake homestead" just north of Effingham by Father Maskitt.1 As of 1842, her married name was Mary Gersina Feldhake (Brummer). Mary Gersina Brummer is listed as Joseph Feldhake's wife on the 10 September 1850 Census in Effingham County, Illinois.2 Mary Gersina Brummer is listed as Joseph Feldhake's wife on the 11 July 1860 Census in Effingham County, Illinois.3 Mary Gersina Brummer is listed as Joseph Feldhake's wife on the 19 June 1870 Census in Douglas Township, Effingham, Illinois, USA. Joseph is a farmer with real property worth $17000.4 Mary Gersina Brummer is listed as Joseph Feldhake's wife on the 15 June 1880 Census in Effingham, in Effingham County, Illinois.5 Mary Gersina Brummer was listed as John Joseph Feldhake's mother on the 6 June 1900 Census in Effingham, in Effingham County, Illinois. Mary Gersina Brummer died on 16 August 1908, in Effingham Illinois, USA at age 86. She was buried on 18 August 1908 in St. Anthony's Cemetery in Effingham, Illinois, USA.

Children of Mary Gersina Brummer and Joseph Feldhake

Citations

  1. [S278] Golden Wedding Joseph Feldhake, Effingham Democrate.
  2. [S281] 1850 US Census, Effingham, Illinois.
  3. [S268] 1860 US Census, Effingham, Illinois.
  4. [S269] 1870 US Census, Effingham, Illinois.
  5. [S272] 1880 US Census, Effingham, Illinois.

Anton Mathias Knueven

b. 24 February 1822
     Anton Mathias Knueven was born on 24 February 1822, in Klosterholte, Haselünne, Emsland, in Niedersachsen, Germany; Godparents - Anton Knueven and Maria Aleid Schulten, daughter of Fleuermann.1 He was the son of Ludwig Hubert Knueven and Elizabeth Webering.

Citations

  1. [S300] Email, Margret Berndzen to Sr. Dolores Brinkel, May 2007.

Henry Riepenhoff

b. 22 June 1822, d. 28 March 1908
     Henry Riepenhoff was also known as Johann Heinrich Riepenhoff. He was born in Wallenhorst, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany on 22 June 1822. He was the son of Bernard Heinrich Riepenhoff and Anna Catherina Adelheid Wellmann. Henry Riepenhoffemigrated on 1 May 1840 from Wallenhorst, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany to Putnam County, Ohio. On Wednesday, 18 February 1846 in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 23, Henry Riepenhoff married Mary Engela Juliana Bahlmann, age 25. Joh. Hein. Ripenhof and Maria Engel.1 Henry is the head of a family on the 1880 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. Henry 58 and Mary 60 are living with their daughter Caroline 20.2 On 28 March 1908 Henry died in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 85.3 He was buried on 9 April 1908 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA.3

Children of Henry Riepenhoff and Mary Engela Juliana Bahlmann

Citations

  1. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S39] 1880 US Census Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  3. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

John Riepenhoff

b. 16 July 1822, d. 3 September 1887
John Riepenhoff
     John Riepenhoff was also known as Johan Heinrich Riepenhoff. He was born in Wallenhorst, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany on 16 July 1822.1 He was the son of Franz Heinrich Riepenhoff and Anna Catharina Maria Osterfeld. On 9 October 1848 John Riepenhoff immigrated to Wheelersburg, Scioto, Ohio, USA. He and Eliza Barth were on the passenger list of the Barque Teresa to Baltimore on 9 October 1848. It appears that John and Elizabeth met on this voyage. Her place of origin is listed as Belm and his place of origin is Wallenhorst. Their destination is Cincinnati. Her age is 21 and his is 26. They boarded the ship at Bremen.2 In 1850 at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Wheelersburg, in Scioto County, Ohio, USA John Riepenhoff married Eliza Barth, daughter of Johan Heinrich Barth and Maria Elizabeth Meyer. She was 23 and he was 28.3 John is the head of a family on the 19 September 1850 Census in Porter Township, in Scioto County, Ohio. John Riepen 25 and Eliza 23 are laborers from Germany. Value of their property is $400.4 John is the head of a family on the 12 July 1860 Census in Porter Township, in Scioto County, Ohio. John Riepenhoff 39 and Eliza 33 are living with their children: Frank 9, Joseph 7, Isabelle 5, Andrew 2. They are farmers from Hannover, Germany. Value of their farm is $700. Living next door is Joseph Riepenhoff 33, a laborer, and his wife, Catherine 28 with their children; John 6, Benjamin 4 and Joseph 2.5 John is the head of a family on the 16 June 1870 Census in Porter Township, in Scioto County, Ohio. John Riephoff 47 and Eliza 42, natives of Hannover, Germany, are living with their children: Frank 18, Joseph 16, Isabelle 14, Andrew 11, Mary 7 and Fred. W 1. All the children were born in Ohio. Value of real estate is $1500. Value of personal property is $434.6 John Riepenhoff and Eliza Barth had 8 children. John is the head of a family on the 10 June 1880 Census in Porter Township, in Scioto County, Ohio. John Reipenhoff 58 and his wife Mary E. 54 are living with their children Joseph 27, Andrew 21, Mary 17, Fred 10, and Minnie 8.7 On 3 September 1887 John died in Wheelersburg, in Scioto Ohio, USA at age 65. Cause of death was stomach cancer.1 He was buried on 5 September 1887 in St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery in Wheelersburg, Ohio, USA.1,8

Children of John Riepenhoff and Eliza Barth

Citations

  1. [S115] Ronald Riepenhoff, Riepenhoff-Reaper Family History 1538 - 1999.
  2. [S324] Barque Teresa; left Bremen, Germany in 1848 arrived in Baltimore on Oct 9, 1848.
  3. [S115] Ronald Riepenhoff, Riepenhoff-Reaper Family History 1538 - 1999, pg. 304.
  4. [S117] 1850 US Census Porter Twnsp, Scioto County, Ohio.
  5. [S57] 1860 US Census Porter Twnsp, Scioto County, Ohio.
  6. [S58] 1870 US Census Porter Twnsp, Scioto County, Ohio.
  7. [S116] 1880 US Census Porter Twnsp, Scioto County, Ohio.
  8. [S487] St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery - Burials.

Johanna Bauhaus

b. 9 August 1822, d. 25 August 1872
     Johanna Bauhaus was born in Prussia, Germany on 9 August 1822. She was the daughter of Mother Bauhaus. On 9 June 1845 Johanna Bauhaus was listed, along with Ellizabeth Michelbrinck and Heindrick Bauhaus, on the passenger list of the Ship Richard Anderson; New York. On Sunday, 6 December 1846 in Cleveland, in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA, at age 24, Johanna Bauhaus married Marcus Roof, age 34, son of ? Roof.1 As of 6 December 1846, her married name was Johanna Roof (Bauhaus). Johanna Bauhaus is listed as Marcus Roof's wife on the 6 August 1850 Census in Cleveland, in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.2 Johanna Bauhaus is listed as Marcus Roof's wife on the 25 July 1860 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.3 On 25 August 1872 Johanna died in Greensburg Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 50. She was buried on 25 August 1872 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA.4

Children of Johanna Bauhaus and Marcus Roof

Citations

  1. [S562] Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994.
  2. [S498] 1850 US Census Cleveland Cuyahoga Ohio.
  3. [S53] 1860 US Census Greensburg Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Elizabeth Siefker

b. 4 December 1822, d. 5 September 1895
Elizabeth Siefker Vogeding
     Elizabeth Siefker was also known as Anna Maria Elizabeth Siefker. She was born on 4 December 1822, in Pye, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany; Her husband's biography states that she was born in Hannover in 1822.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Joseph Rudolf Siefker and Maria Elizabeth Sanders. Elizabeth Siefker was baptized on 7 December 1822 in St. Alexander in Wallenhorst, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Anna Maria Dres, Anna Maria Becker, Bernard Schöler.3 In 1842 Elizabeth Siefker immigrated from Germanyto.3 She was found on the passenger list of the Ship New York to New York with Joseph Rudolf Siefker and Maria Elizabeth Sanders on 26 October 1842. Maria's age is given as 54. Also on this ship were Louisa Siefker and Maria Catherina Siefker.4 On Saturday, 20 November 1847 in Dayton, in Montgomery County, Ohio, USA, at age 24, Elizabeth Siefker married Henry Vogeding, age 23, son of Francis A Vogeding and Anna Maria Rutenfranz. As of 20 November 1847, her married name was Elizabeth Vogeding (Siefker). Elizabeth Siefker is listed as Henry Vogeding's wife on the 28 October 1850 Census in Dayton, in Montgomery County, Ohio.5 Elizabeth Siefker is listed as Henry Vogeding's wife on the 26 July 1860 Census in Allen Township, in Noble County, Indiana.6 Elizabeth Siefker is listed as Henry Vogeding's wife on the 27 July 1870 Census in Allen Township, in Noble County, Indiana.7 Elizabeth Siefker is listed as Henry Vogeding's wife on the 2 June 1880 Census in Allen Township, in Noble County, Indiana.8 Elizabeth Siefker died on 5 September 1895 in Avilla, in Noble Indiana, USA at age 72. She was buried on 9 December 1895 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Avilla, Indiana, USA.

Children of Elizabeth Siefker and Henry Vogeding

Citations

  1. [S114] Germany Emigration Lists, Wallenhorst, Hannover, Germany.
  2. [S221] History of Noble County Indiana.
  3. [S320] Bistumsarchiv Osnabrück Germany, Kirchenbuch Sankt Alexander Wallenhorst 1811 -1899.
  4. [S111] Joseph Rudolph Siefker, New York, 1820 - 1850 Passenger Lists,Name of Ship; New York.
  5. [S238] 1850 US Census Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio.
  6. [S240] 1860 US Census, Allen Township, Noble County, Indiana.
  7. [S239] 1870 US Census, Allen Township, Noble County, Indiana.
  8. [S123] 1880 US Census, Allen County, Indiana.

(?) Buelter1

b. 4 December 1822, d. 4 December 1822
     (?) Buelter was born on 4 December 1822, in Borghorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Bernard Buelter and Maria Clara Hüwe.1 (?) died on 4 December 1822 in Borghorst, Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1

Citations

  1. [S157] Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany, Kirchenbuch, Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany 1622-1885.

Joseph Hermiller

b. 19 December 1822, d. 30 August 1897
     Joseph Hermiller was born on 19 December 1822, in Saerbeck, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. He was the son of Johann Bernard Hermiller and Anna Catherina Middelhoff. On Tuesday, 20 April 1852 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 29, Joseph Hermiller married Clara Recker, age 17, daughter of Gerhard Heinrich Recker and Anna Maria Engel Heuer.1 Joseph Hermiller died on 30 August 1897 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 74.

Child of Joseph Hermiller and Clara Recker

Citations

  1. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.

Agnes Anna Elizabeth Schlutter

b. circa 1823
     Agnes Anna Elizabeth Schlutter was born circa 1823, Germany. She was the daughter of ? Schlutter and Anna Maria (?) On Saturday, 18 November 1843 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, Agnes Anna Elizabeth Schlutter married Franz Brinkman, son of Johann Rudolph Brinkmann and Anna Elisabeth Johanns Bergmann.1 As of 18 November 1843, her married name was Agnes Brinkman (Schlutter). Agnes Anna Elizabeth Schlutter is listed as Franz Brinkman's wife on the 20 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.2

Children of Agnes Anna Elizabeth Schlutter and Franz Brinkman

  • Maria Theresa Bernadina Brinkman
  • Maria Theresa Brinkman
  • Joseph John Brinkman
  • Frank Brinkman
  • Ferdinand Brinkman

Citations

  1. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.

Barney Rampe

b. 1823, d. 6 December 1893
     Barney Rampe was also known as Frederick Bernard Rampe. He was born in Glandorf, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany in 1823. He was the son of Johann Dirck Rampe and Catherina Elizabeth Hebermann. In 1847 Barney Rampe immigrated from Covington, Kentuckyto in Covington, Kentucky, USA. He married Mary Moeller in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, USA, in 1851. Had eight children, four of whom died in infancy..
Biography: A contractor by trade. Built sidewalks in Covington, Kentucky. Barney is the head of a family on the 15 June 1870 Census in Covington, in Kenton County, Kentucky. Frederick Rampe 45 and Margaret 39 are living with their children, Alice 14, John 12, Eddie (Lizzie?) 10, Louis 7 and Frederick 5.1 He resided in Glandorf, Ohio, USA in 1875. Barney is the head of a family on the 15 June 1880 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. Barney 56, a laborer, and Anna M. 53 are living with their children, Fred 18 and Lizzie 18.2 Barney died on 6 December 1893 in Glandorf, Putnam, Ohio, USA, age 70 years. He was buried on 9 December 1893 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA.3

Children of Barney Rampe and Mary Moeller

Citations

  1. [S90] 1870 US Census, Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky.
  2. [S39] 1880 US Census Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  3. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Mary (?)

b. 1823
     Mary (?) was born in 1823, in Hannover, Hannover, in Niedersachsen, Germany. Circa 1845 in Auglaize County, Ohio, USA, Mary (?) married Joseph Mehring, son of Henry Mehring and Anna Maria (?). As of circa 1845, her married name was Mary Mehring (-). Mary (?) is listed as Joseph Mehring's wife on the 17 July 1850 Census in German Township, in Auglaize County, Ohio.

Franz Anton Hueve

b. 29 January 1823
     Franz Anton Hueve was born on 29 January 1823, in Borghorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 He was the son of Herman Anton Hüwe and Anna Maria Elisabeth Evels.

Citations

  1. [S157] Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany, Kirchenbuch, Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany 1622-1885.

Bernard Joseph Lücke

b. 18 February 1823, d. 20 March 1871
     Bernard Joseph Lücke was baptized on 18 February 1823 in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 He was born on 18 February 1823, in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 He was the son of Johan Henrich Lücke and Anna Maria Wiese. Bernard Joseph Lücke died on 20 March 1871 in Ennigerloh, in Warendorf Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany at age 48.2 He was buried on 24 March 1871 in Ennigerloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.2

Citations

  1. [S540] Kirchenbuch, St. Jakobus Katholische Kirche Ennigerloh (Bistumsarchiv Münster),.
  2. [S555] FamilySearch.org, Germany Deaths and Burials, 1582-1958.

Johan Frederick Barth

b. 20 March 1823, d. 12 February 1825
     Johan Frederick Barth was born on 20 March 1823, in Verthe, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany.1 He was the son of Johan Heinrich Barth and Maria Elizabeth Meyer. Johan Frederick Barth was baptized on 22 March 1823 in St. Dionysius in Belm, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparent - Johan Frederick Meyer, Colon in Lüstringen.1 He died on 12 February 1825 in Verthe, in Osnabrück Niedersachsen, Germany at age 1.1

Citations

  1. [S341] Sankt Dionysius Belm Germany, Kirchenbuch Sankt Dionysius Belm Germany.

Johan Gerhard Knueven

b. 22 March 1823
     Johan Gerhard Knueven was born on 22 March 1823, in Klosterholte, Haselünne, Emsland, in Niedersachsen, Germany; Godparents - Johan Gerhard Geltse and Maria Anna Kappen.1 He was the son of Ludwig Hubert Knueven and Elizabeth Webering.

Citations

  1. [S300] Email, Margret Berndzen to Sr. Dolores Brinkel, May 2007.

Unnamed Lücke

b. 22 March 1823, d. 22 March 1823
     She was baptized on 22 March 1823 in Sankt Patroklus Roemisch-Katholische in Soest, Arnsberg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Her mother is listed as Clara Cräll.1 Unnamed Lücke died on 22 March 1823 in Soest, in Arnsberg Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Johan Herman Lücke and Clara Kräll (Rusch).

Citations

  1. [S539] FamilySearch.org, Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558 - 1898.